Irra Mor, RGV's new find, excited ahead of 'Bhairava Geetha' release


As the Telugu-Kannada bilingual 'Bhairava Geetha' is all set to hit the screens on November 30, noted director Ram Gopal Varma’s newfound heroine Irra Mor is all thrilled. She is sitting with her fingers crossed for the big day in her life.

Young Kannada actor Dhanunjaya is the hero of this action thriller which is rich in content. For Irra Mor, her theatre background came handy for the intensive character. And she is abundantly thankful to the director.

In an interview to a vernacular daily ahead of the release of her debut movie, Irra said, “It’s been a great pleasure working with Ram Gopal Varma. This is my first film. And it will remain close to my heart till my death. Varma is straightforward. He says whatever he wants. He is not the type to keep anything in his mind.”

However, this 18-year-old Mumbai girl finds a lot of difference between theatre and cinema. “There is a huge difference between cinema and theatre. I think a hundred times before I accept a film. A lot of modification can be made in films. But in theatre you look real,” she says.

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